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from afghanistan is hoping bay area doctors can work their magic. >>> the annual event really stinks. but this year's garlic festival is about more than just good food. while the bay area gets ready for gilroy, we'll tell you and something going on behind the scenes. >> fetch, roll over, play dead, can your dog match this? >>> good evening, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. tonight, we're dropping to 58 here in the south bay. ro'll talk about thunderstorhe c weekend a for your comi up.co >>> violence in afghanistan is on the rise with insurgents trying to regain territory lost to the u.s.-led coalition. u.s. troops are facing a combat zone that's riddled with roadside bombs. one veteran, though, survived the attacks and lived to tell. he's back home, a triple amputee. but now he could lose something else, and this time right here on u.s. soil. and it turns out he's not alone. jean elle has more on a hidden injury veterans are facing. >> i was with a patrol, just like another rifleman. >> reporter: 19-year-old lance corporal ortiz was working as a combat photographer for the u.s.
the government could default. the debt crisis on capitol hill is weighing heavily on troops in afghanistan. they are wondering if they will get their paychecks. during a visit to afghanistan today the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told a group of soldiers he doesn't know. he says he believes troops will eventually get paid but acknowledges waiting for that money would be difficult for troops which live paycheck to paycheck. >>> california presidential primary is moving from february to june next year to save the state money. governor brown signed a bill yesterday making that official. it's expecting to save california $100 million. the move means a statewide primary will take place on the same day back in 2008. california tried to increase its political cloud by moving its presidential primary to super tuesday in february. a new political ad targeting identity theft is hitting bay area radio and already generating controversy. >> i just got back from the super market and the pushy signature gathers are back. >> i even read the names and addresses on petitions were sent to other cou
of the joint chiefs of staff, acknowledged the uncertainty with a visit to troops in afghanistan. he has confidence that even if there is some sort of delay, everyone will get their back checks. >> closer to home, drivers on the bay bridge need to slow down, that's prompted new chp patrols. and we have more on how the spike was discovered. when you can expect more officers on duty. >> pull on to the curve and it is a median. >> the s-curve is starting. you can see the signs. you can feel the rumble that are going over. >> a barrage of speed deterrents from the lights to the signs. >> it is information overload when you get on the bridge, something they will not see are sensors. they have been there a couple of years and the data shows the drivers hit the curve on off peak hours are speeding up. >> we found the sensors that has been put up showed an increase 160 miles per hour. >> reporter: there was a time after this 2009 semi crash off the newly built s-curve that they were taking it with caution. tease days... >> people tend to drive faster than the speed limit. and chp does not stop
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